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Hey there, I'm Hatenik, and I'm very new and a little overwhelmed with the plethora of info on these forums.
I'm a film major heading in a design-centered direction. I have decent drawing skills and can convey a number of emotions. I want to end up as a production/concept illustrator doing renderings and storyboards. Strictly for inspiration and tips beyond beginner-level, what's about the best starting point here? Because...damn this is a lot of information.
Excited to start diving in!
Welcome Hatenik A good starting point is to head over to the Sketchbook section and make your own thread there, so you can have a place to upload your finished works and works in progress. People will be able to chip in and give you some advice from what you post. Comment on other peoples sketchbooks and start networking.
There are also tutorial sections and art discussion sections which are great to look into and contribute. After you've done that, wash rinse repeat!
Also, if you're a storyboard artist at all (i'm guessing you have / would like to develop those skills given your inerests), try looking at the small community activities here.